Quit while you're ahead Smokers who stop by 44 can live almost as long as those who never took up the habit Long-term habit cuts 10 years off your lifespanHowever, quitting by 44 gives you back nine yearsExperts add it doesn't mean you're safe to smoke into middle age as increases risk of diseases such as cancer By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 11:37 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:43 GMT, 24 January 2013 Quit while you're ahead Smokers who give up by the age of 44 were found to increase their life expectancy by nine years compared to those who continue to puff away Smokers who quit before they hit middle ages can live almost as long as people who never smoked, groundbreaking new research has found.
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The older you are the MORE likely you will sleep like a baby, claim scientists Study author said doctors should not dismiss sleep problems among elderly as 'part of aging' People often grumble as they get older that they find it harder to sleep.
More than half of nurses think patient care is mediocre or worse with some admitting they are 'ashamed' of their profession Most nurses think the care they give patients is mediocre or worse, according to a poll. Some admit that at times standards are so poor they feel 'ashamed' of the profession. And senior nurses say that when they try and tell other staff to improve they go off sick or run to their union